Roobla Reviews.

Film Review

Lorna’s Silence (2008)

Lorna’s sham marriage to Claudy is getting in the way of her dreams of owning a snack bar. The film is a fraught drama that stays inscrutable till the end.

Rob Batchelor | 4 years | Read
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Baraka (1992)

Baraka conveys all the beauty and emotion of a dream, guiding you through both the natural and human world. Not just a film, this is an experience to relish.

David Pratt | 4 years | Read
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Intruders (2011)

Clive Owen stars in psychological chiller Intruders, set in London and Madrid and directed by Juan Carlos Fresnadillo.

Gavin Thai-Low | 4 years | Read
Film Review

The Girl (2012)

The Girl is an interesting yet unremarkable drama concerning Hitchcock’s obsession with a woman starring Toby Jones and Sienna Miller.

David Pratt | 4 years | Read
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The Hunters (1996)

The Hunters, or Jägarna, is a well built and engrossing crime drama drawing on the huge talents of its cast and director to construct a simmering and tense thriller.

David Pratt | 4 years | Read
Film Review

The Wolfman (2010)

The Wolfman is a gut-ripping romp that has the most memorable transformation scene since An American Werewolf in London.

Gavin Thai-Low | 4 years | Read
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L’Enfant (2005)

The fourth film in the official Dardenne brothers fiction canon occasionally veers into melodrama, but strong performances keep it steady (for the most part).

Rob Batchelor | 4 years | Read
Film Review

Jack Reacher (2012)

After a sniper murders innocent people in broad daylight a defence lawyer hires a trouble making ex-military policeman to investigate.

Paul Hutchinson | 4 years | Read
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The Son (2002)

The Dardennes brothers’ The Son is a surprising story with perfect pacing and acting. Stunning.

Rob Batchelor | 4 years | Read